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NOTE: All of our premium Arabica coffees are roasted to City+ to Full City roasts, showing minimal-to-no surface oils….we want all of the flavor to stay in the beans until the coffee is ground! Despite the additional descriptors, the first flavor and aroma you'll think of is "COFFEE".

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Colombia Finca Buenaventura washed We have for years been growing and appreciating our connection to Colombia through the amazing efforts of our bean sourcerers and great friends, exporter Traviesa. Mauricio Osorio, himself (with his father) ...
Origin: Colombia
$13.95 / lb.
Ethiopia Organic Guji Kayon Mountain washed Ethiopia! As always, when it rains, it pours, and as 2020 harvest is slowly arriving in the US there are many fine options in both natural
 (dried-in-the-fruit)and washed process. The viral scourge has ...
Origin: Ethiopia
$14.95 / lb.
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kebele Dumerso 
Our new crop Yirgacheffe Kebele Dumerso hails from arguably the epicenter of washed coffee in Ethiopia. There are two washing stations in the kebele; one co-op owned, and the other, whence our coffee, ...
Origin: Ethiopia
$14.50 / lb.
Nicaragua Cabo Azul Estate SHG Long-known for abundant production, Nicaragua produces some exceptional specialty coffee, and not surprisingly has an internationally-judged Cup of Excellence growers competition. We currently have, in ...
Origin: Nicaragua
$11.99 / lb.
Papua New Guinea Par Avion Papua New Guinea, remote outpost of legends,  intrigues us in its history and coffee. This is our first coffee from the very remote, relatively inaccessible Simbai region, a jungly, mountainous area bordering ...
Origin: Papua-New-Guinea
$14.25 / lb.
Sumatra Triple Pick Lintong Among the most complex and intense coffee taste profiles, Sumatran coffees are also hedonistic pleasure.  Triple Pick refers to a selection and assortment procedure whereby only the ripest and most perfect ...
Origin: Sumatra
$13.95 / lb.
Rwanda Nyamasheke SWP decaf This custom decaf is made up of three different Nyamasheke coffees, a district that straddles the southeastern side of Lake Kivu, in Rwanda. 
Between these three cooperative wet-mills, they serve upwards ...
Origin: Rwanda
$14.95 / lb.
Brazil Jazblu Peaberry 2020 washed process There's a strange magic about peaberry coffee…mere mention of it generally elicits squeals of delight reserved for baby and kitten videos on Youtube. This naturally-occurring mutation occurs inside the ...
Origin: Brazil
$12.95 / lb.
Stradivarius Espresso (aka Deep Cello) A richly sweet, hedonistic medley of fruity, spicy, and single origin chocolate deliciousness.   Divine, crema-laden dark mahogany mottling ristretti as well as full flavor in milk or soy-based preparations. ...
Origin: Brazil, Ethiopia
$14.95 / lb.
Tanzania Kiliminjaro Peaberry Once upon a time, the association of Peaberry with Tanzania was almost as automatic as Supremo with Colombia. Tanzania indeed produces a lot of fine coffee in many size gradings, up to AA,
 but peaberry ...
Origin: Tanzania
$13.95 / lb.
  
Symphony Coffee Catch the Buzz with BadBeard's Super-Premium Coffee! We're coffee fanatics, plain and simple; we'll only settle for the best coffee beans we can buy (organic and Fair Trade certified whenever possible) and then happily roast and share the bounty. Frankly, we're kind of sick over all of the hype which riddles the specialty coffee industry. YES, it's true that great beans potentially receive their maximum flavor expression when delivered by professionals using pricey, sophisticated equipment. YES, there is still an alarming amount of "so-so" product out there--so how do you get the GREAT stuff? On these pages you can buy the finest roasted beans which are prized by coffee pros and demanding coffee lovers alike, roasted to the exact point to deliver maximum flavor and aroma. MAKE GREAT COFFEE AT HOME—YOU CAN DO IT! What distinguishes BADBEARD'S offerings is the passion and dedication to the roasting process, done by a demanding professional who keeps it real and small-scale. Great green beans go into our 5-kg per batch max, all-American-made roaster and emerge ready to tell you their story of origin. Always COFFEE first and last, and always spectacular. Period. Savor and smell the difference an uncompromising, artisan roaster can make...then YOU can provide the hype!
New arrivals streaming in... As the PLAGUE wears us all down at times, roasting is a salve for my spirit, and new crop arrivals are fun to share. Ethiopia, our favorite of all origins, is still behind the production and shipping curves by a couple months in general. We just got one of our faves of recent years, a washed ...more
Newest tasty inventory additions: Colombia, Rwanda and Ethiopia 2020 harvest coffees have begun arriving, and the newest additions are Colombia Finca Buenaventura (Anselma, Caldas Dept.)...the producer is a dynamic young woman, Luz Angela Martinez Restrepo, who continues a multi-generational family farm producing first-class coffee. Sweet and ...more
New decafs in...no jitters! Adding coffees in peak season for many origins is half the fun of my day. Today bringing two new lovely decafs....Rwanda Nyamesheke Swiss Water Process and Colombia natural decaf (sugarcane "extraction" of the caffeine) from the Cudinamarca region. ...more
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"Sumatra Triple Pick Lintong There's a swamp mud jungle funk going on here. Aromatically, Doctor Livingston's cherries have fallen out of his knapsack and lie among the moldering leaves, next to a bog. An Irish peat bog. Lightly singed. In Sumatra. Go figure. That smoky peat-water thing carries to the body - ROBUST I believe is the word. Sweet, voluptuous presentation quickly yields to the gripping, chunky tannins wrapped in licorice that dominate the midpalate. Longgggg finish spiked with orange rind, cardamon,wood shavings, and leaf mould. This is potent stuff. Diane can't drink it. (She loved the Etheopian Mothership.) My inner orangutan, however, loves it. "
Jason, Dundee, OR
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